New Langley Office Now Open
In an ongoing effort to best serve our clients, Kuldip Counselling & Consulting has opened a new office in Langley, adding to our Surrey location.
Services and therapy offered in Langley include:
- Addiction services.
- Services for Teens and Children (Play Therapy).
- Mental Health Services.
- Life transitions.
- Separation and Divorce.
Our Langley counselling clinic operates on the same principles as our Surrey clinic and works hard to identify a good fit in the client-therapist relationship.Langley counsellors work from numerous different backgrounds and use a variety of approaches and methods. The specialties of our counsellors include services for all clients covered by crime victim assistance and employee assistance programs. Our services can also be covered by Extended Health Insurance, as Medical Services Plan does not cover fees for counselling.
Each of our counsellors follows the standard fee schedule recommended by the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counselling.
Kuldip Counselling & Consulting Services is a clinical practice committed to contributing to the professional counselling community by offering training and consultations to counsellors, allied professionals and volunteers. Training and consultations are available in treating addictions for drugs, alcohol and gambling.
Our services include providing Prevention Education and awareness for youth, adults and seniors. Prevention approaches include psycho-educational workshops, professional trainings and classroom education, as well as interactive community booths.
At Kuldip Counselling and Consulting Services we understand that finding the right counsellor is important if you are to achieve your goals. We work with individuals, couples and families. Our commitment extends to being available when you are, which includes flexible appointments on weekdays, evenings and weekends.
We specialize in counseling those with addiction issues and are also well qualified to provide additional services in regard to such issues as trauma, mental health (depression and anxiety), parent-child issues, separation and divorce, and career development.